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F2T or T2T DMT Metadata Migration Fails With Error 'Definition Name for DMT_DM not in proper format or is NULL.' (Doc ID 2771063.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management - Version 8.0.6 and later
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 8.0.6 and later
Oracle Financial Services Profitability Management - Version 8.0.6 and later
Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version 8.0.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure (OFSAAI)

Symptoms

When migrating OFSAA Data Mapping T2T or F2T definitions using DMT Metadata Migration, the process fails with the following error in the DMTMigrationUtility.log:

[18-03-21 18:19:00,854 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsUUtilityMain] : ---------------------------DMT Upgrade Utility 8.1 Started : 18/03/2021 13:19:00---------------------------
[18-03-21 18:19:00,855 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsUUtilityMain] :
[18-03-21 18:19:00,859 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsParserAdapter] : Definition Name for DMT_DM not in proper format or is NULL. Please provide Definition Name as <Application Name>~<Source Name>~<Definition Name> .
[18-03-21 18:19:00,860 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsParserAdapter] : Migration Type : ONLY_DEFINITION_AS_VERSION
[18-03-21 18:19:00,860 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsParserAdapter] : Metadata Type : DMT_DM
[18-03-21 18:19:00,860 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsParserAdapter] : DSN Name : <INFODOM>
[18-03-21 18:19:00,860 GMT PM] [INFO ] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~[ClsParserAdapter] : Definition Name : null
[18-03-21 18:19:00,861 GMT PM] [ERROR] [<ADMIN>] [DMT] [Utils]~[logThis]~Exiting from utility

As a result, the definition fails to to migrate.

Cause

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